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2014 WSOP Event #33 $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em

by Joseph Smith Sr.

Dutch Boyd won Event #33, a $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em affair, that attracted 1688 players and offered a $1,519,200 prize pool.  The top 171 finishers received a part of the purse with $288,744 going to the winner.

Boyd won his first WSOP gold back in 2006, then four years elapsed before he won his second in 2010 then four years elapsed before he won his third bracelet today and... Do I see a pattern developing here?  Will Dutch Boyd's fourth bracelet come in 2018?  Stay tuned folks.

Day three saw a relatively short final table and when two players remained for the heads-up match it was over in a quick 17 hands.  Dutch Boyd remained in control throughout and dispatched second place finisher Steven Norden in short order.

Steven Norden of Princeton, New Jersey goes home with $178,490 and a great story about what could have been.

The following lists the nine final table players' order of finish and prize money won.

  1. Dutch Boyd ------------$288,744

  2. Steven Norden -------- $178,490

  3. Paul Cogliano --------  $117,464

  4. Will Givens------------ $84,680

  5. Pok Kim --------------- $61,983

  6. Christopher Sensoli -- $46,031

  7. Vinny Pahuja ---------  $34,668

  8. Gabriel Nassif---------  $26,464

  9. Chad Dixon  ----------- $20,463

Congratulations to Dutch Boyd for claiming his third WSOP gold bracelet plus a $288,744 payday at the 2014 WSOP.

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